An A to Z guide that outlines medical withdrawal protocols for Meperidine. Find out what this process includes and where to seek help. More here.
Want to know how long Percocet remains in your body? Check out this infographic to discover the exact time Percocet shows up on urine, hair, saliva and blood tests.
A certain combination of hundreds of genes in individual’s DNA can increase the risk of developing alcoholism. What are the ‘alcoholic genes’ that put you at risk? A brief review here.
Behaviors fluctuate in adolescence. However, there are key signs of drug use that should trigger ACTION! More here on 7 common signs of teen drug use and what to do about them.
Ambien withdrawal can provoke rebound insomnia and often leads to relapse. Learn how you can get off Ambien safely. Plus, info on how medical experts use slow tapering regimens to address symptoms.
Detox from Spice requires medical supervision, as effects can be unpredictable. More on the detox protocols here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous. The best and safest option is to enroll in medical detox when you plan to go through alcohol withdrawal. Why? Details here.
Crystal meth withdrawal can be quite an agonizing process when done alone. Find out here what awaits you when you quit crystal meth and how to deal with withdrawal safely.
Looking for an interventionist who lives or works in your area? We explore ways to identify just the right person…and how out-of-state interventionists can also be of services.
This article aims to inform you about how marijuana has changed over the past three decades…in strength, potency, and composition.
Tip #1 – Know The Landscape, Tip #2 - Educate Yourself, Tip #3 - Drink Water and Lots of It, Tip #4 - Know When to Relax and Refuel, Tip #5 - Bring a Friend and Stay Close. More on safe festival going fun.
You should never mix alcohol with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, pain medication, antidepressants and anxiety medications, mood stabilizers, attention/concentration medication, marijuana, LSD, psilocybin, and other psychedelics, crystal meth, heroin, or cocaine/crack. Here's why.